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American kindness lessons for Russians

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American kindness lessons for RussiansEveryone knows that there are quite a large number of countries beyond our western border who know better than us how to live. And they are ready to share their experience with anyone, especially with the barbarians in the east.


Germany is concerned about human rights violations in Poland. Even sanctions threaten. About Syria and Iraq, we are all silently silent, because there anyone is engaged in righteous things, but not Russians. That is not the bomb there, not those. A scattered hospital is a cost of democracy.

And the barbarians give lessons simply need. Attaching, or trying to attach to democracy and the triumph of its values. And if someone does not want to join ... well, "then we fly to you."

And what if flying is dangerous? If you can buy come with the dollar on the same dollar? There are methods for such situations.

Unfortunately, some events over time are not given due attention. And it would be necessary.

Russian Konstantin Yaroshenko was convicted in 2011 for 20 years in prison. He was brought to the US from Liberia, where he was arrested in May 2010. The undercover American agents of the Federal Anti-Drug Administration allegedly caught up with the criminal intent to transport a large quantity of cocaine.

And for the intentions Yaroshenko received 20 years. Much has been written on this subject, but, unfortunately, little has been done. Despite everything, Yaroshenko was not extradited, and his guilt was not really proven. But for true democracy, such trifles are irrelevant.

The situation is as follows: Yaroshenko is actually killed in an American prison. At first, the American jailers for a very long time did not recognize the fact that Yaroshenko required medical assistance, and after Russian diplomats still forced them to conduct a medical examination, Yaroshenko simply spat on the results.

As Konstantin Dolgov, the ombudsman, noted, the serious chronic diseases of the Russian pilot were caused by the unsatisfactory conditions of his detention in prison, the failure to provide him with the necessary medical aid for a long time, while the late treatment, which was prescribed by Yaroshenko, is selective and ineffective. .

When the situation escalated to the limit, the American jailers still recognized that surgical treatment was necessary. And ... put Yaroshenko in the queue. And wait for their turn Yaroshenko may a few months. Here is a deal.

But the staff of our embassy did not give up, and continued to bombard all possible instances of the US State Department and the Prison Bureau, which is under the jurisdiction of the US Department of Justice.

And December 25 last year a democratic miracle happened. The American authorities admitted that the condition of Yaroshenko is deteriorating. And then began the sheer triumph of democracy and respect for human rights. In American style, naturally.

According to lawyer Yaroshenko, Alexei Tarasov, Konstantin was nevertheless underwent surgery. But how it was all done, deserves a detailed story.

Yaroshenko was operated on January 21 in a hospital in the city of Trenton (New Jersey), which is located near the prison. He was not warned in advance about this, did not conduct any training, did not do analyzes.

Instead of all these procedures, Constantine 20 January thrown into a punishment cell. Apparently, being in a punishment cell replaces all tests and examinations. In the hospital Yaroshenko was taken directly from the punishment cell. The proctological operation, however, was done under general anesthesia, and thanks to that, as they say. But as soon as the Russian moved away from anesthesia, he was allowed to be in the hospital only for 20 minutes, then he was returned to the cell again.

At the same time, for some reason Yaroshenko was not placed in a prison infirmary and did not provide him with medicines prescribed by the doctor. Immediately to the camera. And at night, when the effect of anesthesia finally stopped, problems began. Yes, such that cellmates Yaroshenko notified the guards about this, but in the end there was no medical assistance provided to him.

In the prison's medical unit on the night from 21 to 22, Yaroshenko was given ... one pill, according to the doctors, it was anesthetic. At the same time, the Russian citizen was told that there were no medicines needed for the rehabilitation of the prison hospital.

"On the one hand, for many years we have said that the operation should be carried out. On the other hand, the assistance provided in this way, without warning, without medicines, without the possibility of at least lying down, is surprising. The Russian embassy has already been notified of the situation The United States and the Russian Consulate General in New York. Yaroshenko is seeking a meeting with Russian diplomats, "lawyer Yaroshenko Tarasov told the Tass news agency.

Here is a demonstration of power. Here is such a model of kindness, philanthropy and respect for the most elementary human rights.

You know, some American organisms would be nice to talk with those fighters of the Ukrainian armed forces who, in 2014, crawled over the Russian-Ukrainian border with the last of their strength, hoping that they would not let us die. And they did not give, rescued, operated, treated. And only after the improvement was sent back.

I will also clarify that the return is to Ukraine, to my own. Not militia passed.

And who, sorry, after this barbarian?

Anticipating some objections from our eternal opponents on the topic "but you / us and this does not happen," I will immediately answer. Yes, we are not all smooth and not always. But. Even two "but".

First: we do not steal people all over the world and do not arrange closed political trials. Say about poor thing Savchenko? Tell me. And I will object. It did not smell politics there, she fluttered into politics, having been framed in a bullpen on Russian territory. The fact that she was kidnapped on the territory of Ukraine has already been silenced by the liberosmi, for she herself has said so much nonsense that there are no volunteers to repeat. And no one called her to us. But about Savchenko, I’m happy to raise the topic in detail, when the appropriate people are allowed to publish these details.

And the second. We do not impose our notions on how to live. This is a lot of Western democrats. And they have already done more than one country in this way.

Summarizing all the above, I would like to add only one thing. Yes, we for the most part have long parted with illusions about the fabulous world of Western democracy. And you can not throw us another confirmation. And so it’s in the know that if you are a normal Russian, not a “swamp” organism, choking on a vicious bark against Russia, like Kasparov or Makarevich, then it’s unlikely that it will shine from the bounty of democracy.

As for Konstantin Yaroshenko, I hope that with the efforts of our diplomatic corps in the United States, Dolgov, Tarasov, and TASS employees, who, with the persistence of woodpeckers, hammer on their fronts, the situation will get better.

And it would be very nice if Yaroshenko still turns out to be in Russia not after the time that the Americans took him. Right, at least ask the president a question live.
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  1. 33 Watcher
    33 Watcher 27 January 2016 06: 34
    29
    Well, what the man got, of course ... And how to get him out is not known. Well, dear citizens, admire the worthy successors of the SS cause, a man is being patted for being Russian. I just don't know what to do with it ..? I know of course, but no one will give, "partners" after all ...
    1. Aleksander
      Aleksander 27 January 2016 09: 22
      28
      Quote: Observer 33
      I just don't know what to do with it ..? I know of course, but no one will give, "partners" after all ...


      to begin with "Yaroshenko's List" by analogy with Magnitsky list-All those involved in this SADISM must specify and impose sanctions against them. Then sue these SADISTS, for failure to provide painkillers after surgery is a criminal offense.
      1. Dembel77
        Dembel77 27 January 2016 09: 32
        +5
        American authorities and everyone else
        You bastards. The whole world knows this.
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 27 January 2016 10: 55
          +7
          Quote: Dembel 77
          You bastards. This whole world knows


          I agree to 200%. But ours is even worse, for the simple reason that they do nothing to stop this. They want to be holier than the pope, no one will appreciate. It is necessary to press hard, so that they think three times before approaching the Russian with bad intentions. And if you have done something obscene, keep the answer in three times, and only so. Our fault, the materials on the table, if true, is to be judged here, that’s the point.
          1. Rostov
            Rostov 28 January 2016 21: 12
            +1
            Quote: Roman Skomorokhov
            which in 2014 crawled the Russian-Ukrainian border with all their might, hoping that they would not let us die. And after all they didn’t give, they saved, operated on, treated. And only after improvement was sent back

            Some of these adult men really cried, and asked not to send them back to Ukraine. Nurses then from the wounded heard a lot about the Ukrainian authorities.
    2. Consul-t
      Consul-t 27 January 2016 09: 30
      14
      I would take an Amer spy from us. Only real, for the matter, with media coverage of his intelligence activities. And exchanged for a man.
      The only way.
      1. nerd.su
        nerd.su 27 January 2016 19: 56
        +7
        Quote: Consul-t
        The only way.

        Neither Yaroshenko nor Bout will be exchanged for spies. It will look like Russia's recognition of them by its official "special services". And, accordingly, it will be filed as the conduct of operations by the Russian special services, which Bout and Yaroshenko are charged with and "proved by the most democratic" court.

        Therefore, we must take the Americans in third countries for criminal offenses and plant them with us. Only in this way can this outrage be stopped.
      2. go21zd45few
        go21zd45few 29 January 2016 08: 49
        +1
        The wedge is kicked out with a wedge. It is time to actually proceed to similar actions to the others that there is no one to arrest. It’s time for Tefta to declare subversive activity in Russia to be the person of a nongrant and to expel him from the country. It is time for our special services to retaliate to detain US citizens.
    3. GYGOLA
      GYGOLA 27 January 2016 09: 50
      0
      Yes, we gave them "Snowdan rolled." We were in a hurry, they say: "how dare." Yes, it’s easy. But in general, they stopped respecting Us, they were afraid as in the old days. Well, even though Lavrov began to forget the words “unacceptable, unacceptable”.
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 27 January 2016 13: 15
        +2
        Quote: GYGOLA
        Yes, we gave them "Snowdan rolled." We were in a hurry, they say: "how dare." Yes, it’s easy. But in general, they stopped respecting Us, they were afraid as in the old days. Well, even though Lavrov began to forget the words “unacceptable, unacceptable”.

        You have to work with Snowden, but are our Indians stirring something up there?
        They would have untwisted him on Old, I think he has a couple of drums there. I think he’s no longer facing the way home, the guy is an enemy of the American state to the grave. Americans won’t forgive such things, he didn’t just call Bush a goat, he encroached on principles government! In the meantime, only we can provide him with real security (maybe also China, but they won’t talk to him for a long time)
        1. GYGOLA
          GYGOLA 27 January 2016 15: 56
          0
          only we can provide real security
          What they did, I want something not in exchange for human thanks. The whole country is suffering consequences.
        2. Ganssh
          Ganssh 28 January 2016 21: 13
          0
          I think they pumped it out completely ... not the suckers are sitting there ... just say something about this why? let the surprise be))
          1. GYGOLA
            GYGOLA 29 January 2016 12: 53
            0
            no suckers are sitting there
            xs, xs ... laughing (humor)
  2. parusnik
    parusnik 27 January 2016 06: 35
    12
    if you are a normal Russian, not a "swamp" organism, choking on an angry barking at Russia, like Kasparov or Makarevich, then the bounty of democracy is unlikely to shine....It's right...
  3. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 27 January 2016 06: 36
    15
    What to take from them? They do not have such traditions of kindness, hospitality and others that relate to the values ​​of human morality, as we do. Our traditions took shape not two hundred years, but thousands of years. Our history is not the history of the USA, everything is different here. Barbarians are not us, they are barbarians, by historical standards they have just (200 years old) started their development path, started with wild moral refuse that gathered from all the wild Europe at that time on the lands of the North American continent and they are very far from us . You can buy a lot for money, which they do and live on it, but you cannot buy human qualities for money, which we see in the examples described in the article regarding a person, our fellow countryman.
    1. -Traveller-
      -Traveller- 27 January 2016 12: 01
      -18 qualifying.
      How much can this nonsense about 200 years of US history? and before the us they had no history? England and other European countries, where the ancestors of most Americans come from, have a history more authentic than Russian, not by much, but authentic. I’m talking about official history, without any Slavic Vedas, hyperboreas, etc. mysticism.
      1. Tatar 174
        Tatar 174 27 January 2016 13: 48
        13
        Quote: -Traveller-
        and before the us they had no history?

        And before the USA there was a history of the indigenous inhabitants of these territories, who were destroyed by a rabble who came in large numbers from "civilized" Europe and this rabble actually has no history, except for the history of the capture, murder, deception and forcible driving of these Native Americans into the reservation. Their "History" just began with their proclamation of the United States - a refuge for former criminals and outcasts.
        1. Ganssh
          Ganssh 28 January 2016 21: 19
          0
          damn did not read the comment)) wrote his ... above))
      2. Ganssh
        Ganssh 28 January 2016 21: 18
        +1
        did not understand the thought ... the history of the state begins with its foundation ... what does the history of refugees have to do with it? then we need to talk about Eric the redhead from Norway ... he was there before them ... by the way there was the story of the Indians .. but there was no garbage from the geyropra ... or since the Indians were on reservations ... their history is gone ?
  4. bad
    bad 27 January 2016 06: 37
    11
    At the same time, for some reason Yaroshenko was not placed in a prison infirmary and did not provide him with medicines prescribed by the doctor. Immediately to the camera. And at night, when the effect of anesthesia finally stopped, problems began. Yes, such that cellmates Yaroshenko notified the guards about this, but in the end there was no medical assistance provided to him.

    In the prison's medical unit on the night from 21 to 22, Yaroshenko was given ... one pill, according to the doctors, it was anesthetic. At the same time, the Russian citizen was told that there were no medicines needed for the rehabilitation of the prison hospital.
    ... critters, critters, critters .. if I live to see the war with mattresses, I won’t feel sorry for them .. a matter of principle ..
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 27 January 2016 06: 50
      +2
      [quote = bad] [quote] .. critters, critters, critters .. if I live to see the war with mattresses, I won’t feel sorry for them .. a matter of principle .. [/ quote]
      Hardly. We never fought with the Americans. For the whole story. We are mainly with the Germans. We are friends, then we are fighting.
      1. There are a lot of us
        There are a lot of us 27 January 2016 08: 13
        +4
        Quote: Cap.Morgan
        We never fought with the Americans

        Once you have to start ...
      2. grandson of Perun
        grandson of Perun 27 January 2016 11: 20
        11
        Quote: Cap.Morgan
        We never fought with the Americans. For the whole story.

        Bad you know the history of our country.
        US interventionists (occupiers) landed in Murmansk, Arkhangelsk and Siberia in 1918-1919. They not only robbed, but also fought with the Red Army. And they fought fiercely.
    2. Shadowcat
      Shadowcat 27 January 2016 09: 00
      -15 qualifying.
      Quote: bad
      ... critters, critters, critters .. if I live to see the war with mattresses, I won’t feel sorry for them .. a matter of principle ..

      Mine to you fi. So you can wake up one morning, look in the mirror and see the American. Do you think it's worth it?
      1. Shadowcat
        Shadowcat 28 January 2016 11: 47
        0
        Now comrades, think of something higher than the spinal cord ready to pull the trigger.
        Remember and Remember, the words of the Supreme Command of the USSR during the Great Patriotic War - "We are fighting not with the German people, but with their rotten top." And also think about what separates the Soldier from the Assassin.
        And this is precisely what made us Russians and the nations united with us, the Liberation Soldiers, whose people they prefer to invite other countries to fight the enemy, not to be afraid of intervention and betrayal.
        In the words bad I hear the slogans of the Nazis and the Americans. Is it worth it to become like from some momentary urge, or is it better to keep the Soldier's Honor that can be passed on to descendants?
      2. Ganssh
        Ganssh 28 January 2016 21: 24
        -1
        and what is he doing at my mirror? wants to hang? and how he got to me ... well, exactly pi ... pi ... pi ... di ... be ... need ... THIS is my mirror .. and I see Myself ... Russian there)) )
  5. gla172
    gla172 27 January 2016 06: 39
    +4
    The author is well done, everything is right! But only the West wanted to spit on everything, because they understand everything perfectly, and they do everything intentionally because we then have a tidbit for them that they want to swallow for a very long time .... but it wasn’t there. .... you can’t just take us so easily!
  6. D-Master
    D-Master 27 January 2016 06: 44
    12
    American mercy, as American help, has become a byword in languages. I am sure that everything in the world happens upon the gain of a critical mass. The United States saves itself by pushing back the reaction process, and the critical mass has been recruited there a long time ago and the substance only condenses before the collapse. I think it’s not so long left, and this pseudo-democratic society will collapse like a house of cards. Of course these are only my dreams, but I think I'm not alone in my dreams ....
  7. Same lech
    Same lech 27 January 2016 06: 53
    +2
    As for Konstantin Yaroshenko, I hope that with the efforts of our diplomatic corps in the United States, Dolgov, Tarasov, and TASS employees, who, with the persistence of woodpeckers, hammer on their fronts, the situation will get better.


    This is not enough ROMAN ... in order to influence stubborn minds in WASHINGTON, you need a captive next POWERS with a full set of evidence ... then the process of releasing our captured citizens will go smoothly.
    And so you can arrange a talking room at least a hundred years before the death of prisoners ... and then impose sanctions on the type of MAGNITSKY sanctions.
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 27 January 2016 06: 59
    +6
    The American bestial attitude to international and legal norms is clearly visible on the actions of their judicial system in relation to Russian citizens. They can be abducted in a third country, prosecuted using a biased court, etc. Maybe it would not be bad to take retaliatory measures against US citizens, who are sufficient both in Russia and allied countries. They are not white and fluffy at all, they also commit offenses, and there is little to catch on (there would be a desire). And even in the old days even spies were returned to them without a break, hoping for oncoming gestures. So they came back.
  9. 1536
    1536 27 January 2016 06: 59
    13
    And in Russia, are there not many Americans hanging around, or what? To catch a couple and not for "intentions", but for distribution, and with the facts there. Then the exchange can be made "for good behavior" of these Americans.
    Something is wrong here, or this comrade is from an ordinary Russian citizen, or in this way they do not want to "spoil" relations with the Washington gang. There would be something to spoil. And our man may simply die in the meantime at the hands of Obama's executioners.
  10. asiat_61
    asiat_61 27 January 2016 07: 06
    +1
    Interestingly, the human rights court in The Hague, what was canceled?
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 27 January 2016 07: 59
      10
      Quote: asiat_61
      The Hague Human Rights Court that canceled

      Do you really believe that he is independent and impartial?
  11. Zomanus
    Zomanus 27 January 2016 07: 16
    0
    Well, there’s just a reason for retaliatory action ...
    If a person dies in America, we will answer that.
  12. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 27 January 2016 07: 25
    +3
    And we ourselves also cannot slow down a couple of Yankees under the article "terrorism" and beat them up like mad sabak without letting doctors see them, evil should be punished with such evil.
  13. kare
    kare 27 January 2016 07: 34
    14
    First: we do not steal people around the world and do not hold closed political trials.

    Shit question. It’s stupid to moan and whine about it
    Call to the conscience of pi.ndosov? Do not make me laugh
    Better tell me how many of these jackals from pi.ndostan stagger around Russia?
    Similar is treated like.
    An eye for an eye ...
    Catch and give back to the foremen
    I think we even admit to an attempt on the assassination of Ulyanov-Zenderblank
    After that, the exchange of all at all
    At the sight of us, they must walk under themselves
    1. Volzhanin
      Volzhanin 27 January 2016 08: 40
      +4
      I am generally surprised that we are trying to negotiate with these savages. With animals - only from a position of strength! There is no other way - the law of nature.
    2. dorogvalera
      dorogvalera 27 January 2016 14: 19
      0
      "At the sight of us, they have to walk by themselves" - you can't say better
  14. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 27 January 2016 08: 13
    +5
    It is good that ours from the diplomatic corps do not leave the Russian in an American prison.

    As for American justice and democracy .... remember Guantamo - that’s it.
  15. Mareman Vasilich
    Mareman Vasilich 27 January 2016 08: 29
    +2
    The West and the Americans were never human, people, so to speak. They always robbed and genocide. Europe colonies, American Indians. In fact, they are not humans, animals.
  16. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 27 January 2016 08: 45
    +2
    Americans are a nation of traders deprived of the concept of conscience of honor, etc. , so you have to bargain with them. Catch US citizens who, fortunately, came to Russia to present some accusations, for example: "wrong crossing of the street." And start exchanging them for Russians. In the meantime, there will be an exchange, let them bear democracy and tolerance in felling.
  17. pts-m
    pts-m 27 January 2016 08: 45
    0
    Pendostan does not treat its own people if there is no medical insurance. What can we say about foreigners. In the media, the Pendos are seen as "non-destructive to the sacred principles of democracy." Well take from the poor.
  18. ser-pov
    ser-pov 27 January 2016 08: 47
    +2
    Master’s shoulder cases, of course, this is not our method, but what will you do if the Americans do not understand differently, only power. I support OKO for OKO ....
  19. misterwulf
    misterwulf 27 January 2016 08: 51
    +1
    ... Distracted ... They had better pay attention to the solution. In my memory (back in Ukraine then) a passport was stolen from the US city. Then he was kicked out of a rented apartment. Then the cops from the teaching staff thoroughly cleaned it (in the sense of pockets) and delivered it to the regional department. There he was put on identification as an extras (tse-understood, and tse-decoy) and he ... was identified! wassat And he went to jail.
    I had to (on the instructions of relatives) pull it out. The US Consulate (contrary to stereotype) froze from it. If not for financing, nothing would have happened.
    ----------------
    On this topic. The United States and Great Britain spat on international law! The Anglo-Saxon school of case law sharply contradicts this. Because they spit. Who has VERY much power, like the United States, they steal people around the world. Who has less, like England, just do not give out criminals. Those who are completely stunted, such as N.Zelandii - do not stick out yet. Who between them (Canada and Australia) is room for maneuver between England and New Zealand. IMHO
  20. serkhan
    serkhan 27 January 2016 08: 52
    0
    How so, huh? What about their American kindness and humanity as in the movie The Green Mile? It’s only a pity that they are kind strong and courageous like swans b ** white only in films.
  21. Fei_Wong
    Fei_Wong 27 January 2016 08: 59
    +2
    Star-striped democrats simply adhere to their old glorious traditions from the Second World War: http://hiswar.net/pages-of-history/75-amerikanskie-lagerya-smerti-dlya-nemetskik
    h-voennoplennykh


    The horrors of Auschwitz and Dachau paled before this with American murderers. Read that article.
    At Eisenhower's Death Camps: The Story of an American Guard (excerpt)

    In late March - early April 1945 I was sent to guard a prisoner of war camp near Andernach on the Rhine. I had four German courses, and I could talk to prisoners, although it was forbidden. But over time, I became a translator and I was tasked with identifying SS members. (I have not identified any).

    In Andernach, around 50 000 prisoners were kept in an open field, surrounded by barbed wire. The women were kept in a separate pen. The prisoners had no shelters, no blankets, many did not have a coat. They slept in the mud, in the rain and in the cold, among incredibly long ditches for excrement. The spring was cold and windy, and the weather was terrible.

    It was even more terrible to watch prisoners cooked in cans a semblance of liquid grass and weed soup. Very soon the prisoners were exhausted. Dysentery raged, and very soon they slept in their own excrement, too weak and crowded to get to the trench toilets.

    Many begged for food, weakened and died before our eyes. We had plenty of food and other food, but we could not help them, including medical care.

    Enraged, I protested to my officers, but was received with hostility or mild indifference. Under pressure, they replied that they were following the strictest instructions “from the very top”.

    Turning to the kitchen, I heard that the kitchen master is strictly forbidden to share provisions with the prisoners, but more than ever, they don’t know what to do with it. I promised to allocate a little.

    When I threw food to the prisoners through the barbed wire, I was captured by the guards. I repeated the “wrongdoing” and the officer viciously threatened to shoot me. I thought it was a bluff until I saw an officer on a hill near the camp shooting a group of German civilian women with a 45-caliber pistol.

    To my question, he answered: "Target shooting" and continued to shoot until the last bullet in the store. I saw women running for cover, but due to range I could not determine if an officer had injured anyone.

    Then I realized that I was dealing with cold-blooded killers full of moral hatred. They considered the Germans to be subhuman, worthy of destruction: another round of the downward spiral of racism. The entire press of the end of the war was full of photographs of German concentration camps with exhausted prisoners. This increased our self-confident cruelty and made it easier for us to behave in a way that we were sent to fight ...
  22. Snail N9
    Snail N9 27 January 2016 09: 03
    +1
    It is necessary to look at yourself, it is useful. Somehow in the early 2000s, an employee of the company where I was working then got into an unpleasant situation in London - he was accused of theft and taken to the police. Then they figured out that he was innocent, they let him go, but there were a lot of troubles and the intervention of our embassy was required. So, then, already in our embassy, ​​"showdowns" began on our side, and the most unpleasant thing was that the embassy workers shouted at us in the sense that we are such "distracting" them from their "duties" ... They say they are so "busy" "pretended" - they have so many things to do, so many things to do, but here we have our own problems. The most unpleasant thing is that it was then that we realized that for the diplomatic officials of our state, its citizens are rubbish. Garbage that “gets underfoot” and prevents them from doing some kind of “interesting” only “activity.” I don't believe that something has changed in this regard today.
  23. Signaller
    Signaller 27 January 2016 09: 05
    +1
    "It's bad to have an Anglo-Saxon as an enemy, but God forbid to have him as a friend!"
    The phrase belongs to our Russian military historian, Major General A. E. Edrikhin
    Nothing personal, everything is so in life.
  24. 56_br
    56_br 27 January 2016 09: 07
    +2
    With these Western democracy teachers it is necessary to act exactly as they do, as they say, they knock out a wedge with a wedge, and only so. And sometimes work ahead of the curve, 2 eyes for an eye, 2 two eyes for an eye. The West understands only power, and our media need to learn from the Western media to inflate problems.
  25. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 27 January 2016 09: 29
    +1
    Quote: 1536
    And in Russia, are there not many Americans hanging around, or what? To catch a couple and not for "intentions", but for distribution, and the facts are obvious.


    And to us, from below, we have a state of democracy, and what they will say about us in the West, and how it might come to your mind. Even when they spit on the president, they pour mud on us, we are silent in a rag and we wipe ourselves with this rag. it starts to look at it when our politicians climb into partners. It’s a shame for the Power, as Vereshchagin said.
    1. Fat
      Fat 27 January 2016 18: 07
      0
      What is impossible, then ?. If caught in Thailand, Afghanistan or the former Central Asian Union republics for organizing drug trafficking or smuggling weapons. To snatch a citizen of the USA and do not care that he is innocent, "the investigation will figure it out" + organize competent PR in this regard, describing the enormity of the crimes of the detained person. It is possible, it would be a desire, "only" once "," there is not enough funding "and" operational capabilities "and a bunch of reasons ...
  26. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 27 January 2016 09: 55
    +1
    Indeed, to catch a real Amer’s spy, which certainly cannot be counted in Russia, and to exchange, as they did before.

    Well, the fact that fascism and no democracy in the USA are all smart people have long known.
  27. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 27 January 2016 10: 47
    +2
    What is the problem then? As colleagues have suggested above, grab any American spy by the ass, out of thousands of those crawling around Russia, into his zugunder, crush it, cripple it sobbing and moaning all over America, and then change it.
  28. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 27 January 2016 11: 27
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    Why not return to the practice of the USSR in exchanging our people for their people?
    Do we not have information about the illegal activities of Americans in our country and around the world?
  29. Weaving
    Weaving 27 January 2016 11: 33
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    It is necessary to report such cases more often, because, unfortunately, they are not isolated, it is necessary that Our people know about the true “face of democracy.” And this tragic incident is another example of the true attitude of the West towards Us.
  30. Jääkorppi
    Jääkorppi 27 January 2016 11: 48
    -1
    He was arrested in Liberia !!! Under US laws for actions against the US !! Not in Moscow, mind you! And he did not fulfill the task of the Russian government, and did not collect humanitarian aid for starving Russian children, but was engaged in business! That is, he stuffed his pocket by hook or by crook !! So there is nothing to spare him!
  31. Orionvit
    Orionvit 27 January 2016 12: 45
    +1
    Quote: There are a lot of us
    Quote: Cap.Morgan
    We never fought with the Americans

    Once you have to start ...

    Mattresses have already been so shabby around the world that they will soon be wet in some countries only for the presence of an American passport. The times are ending when one could feel like a master in any country with American citizenship.
  32. Gorodovik
    Gorodovik 27 January 2016 13: 35
    -1
    Well, sir. What can I say here. If so, why is it only the diplomatic consulate that deals with the case of Yaroshenko7 Why not decide at the very top of this7
    I also want to note that after all, maybe they are trying to teach us how to live. But in the West, they really do live better. And in fact, our mentality is a little not as good as you imagine. So you say that we do not need Western values. True, we do not need this. But we need something that is not now. This is equality and justice.
    And what justice can it be when my father is directly told in person that the money he paid to a pension fund he will never see because he has not worked for 20 years. And how will he work if he is a disabled person of group 1? Yes, they even said in person that they didn’t send him to Afghanistan.
    By the way, have you seen those prostheses that people with disabilities give7
    You know, when this happens in our country, it seems like a moron to look west in an attempt to find evidence that they have worse. Do not look there. Do better with us. Perhaps then you will stop looking for heaps.
    And yes, about the American raid on the hospital. But we in Syria are doing the same thing. And we are not bombing with precision bombs, but ordinary ones of Soviet origin. And I’m sure that we have put quite a few civilians there. Just don't look in someone else's mouth. And do more for the good of the country and do not look for the fifth column.
  33. uncle
    uncle 27 January 2016 14: 42
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    ... And who, excuse me, is the barbarian after that? ...

    the battle cry of the Slavs "var!" it is necessary.
  34. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets 27 January 2016 14: 48
    +1
    Creatures, usa hotbed of fascism
  35. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 27 January 2016 15: 46
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    Indeed America is an evil empire. The price of human life in this country is zero.
  36. atlantida04
    atlantida04 27 January 2016 16: 58
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    all the fascists moved there, and with considerable capital, where money is there and power, and in 1963 they seized it.
    And for this reason, the gold of Germany under supervision, and you can monitor the whole of Germany, and in Ukraine such a regime is possible, and the attitude towards blacks is understandable.
  37. andrew42
    andrew42 27 January 2016 18: 06
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    And what did you want from the state of the Golden Calf, which has spread its tentacles all over the planet? - They have everything "according to science" - with the maximum expiration of gavvakh, that is, with the maximum output of the energy of suffering from the victim. Just instead of a butcher with 13 daggers, these are the "operating" jailers.
  38. Nikolay74
    Nikolay74 27 January 2016 22: 37
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    Therefore, we must take the Americans in third countries for criminal offenses and plant them with us. The only way to stop this mess. [/ Quote]
    And give a maximum speed of 20 years or a lifetime, even if, according to article 7 or type 8, it is incorrigible. By the way, for example, there is such a journal Crime and Punishment, reviews about foreign prisons were published there. So, in Germany, for a particularly serious one, in addition to the term, a committee is going to decide whether the convict is worthy of release or not, if there is no person who can spend several years behind bars without any court, and they are allowed to use shackles in a punishment cell. If anyone lived in Germany can enlighten on this subject hi
  39. Ossetian
    Ossetian 29 January 2016 09: 35
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    Quote: uncle
    ... And who, excuse me, is the barbarian after that? ...

    the battle cry of the Slavs "var!" it is necessary.


    So, a history textbook in hand and read about Berbers, so as not to post nonsense.
  40. user3970
    user3970 29 January 2016 10: 12
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    I didn’t like the top of Gaddafi, they ruined Libya, I didn’t like Hussein, they bombed another country, I don’t like Assad, we’ve got Syria, I don’t like Yugoslavia, we are bombing Europe. I cannot understand, If Hitler suited the inhabitants of Germany for a couple of decades, did we manage to erase this country, together with its leader, from the map of the Earth? If such a country exists since 1946 - a cancer of the entire civilized world, maybe it's time to cut it out? that the current president is mold in scale compared to Stalin, who had a corresponding service headed by General Sudoplatov, but no one is stopping Russia from creating a corresponding service now and taking insolent Americans hostage around the world and taking them to Magadan for an appropriate exchange.
  41. Artem
    Artem 29 January 2016 12: 10
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    I suggest then, right now, to go out into the streets and beat the faces of all amerikos in a row and until two "our" businessmen who were hanging out abroad are released. And what, it's a matter of honor and dignity, here, in your opinion, all means are good. But then what are you better than these very beasts and savages?)) You are governed by emotions, like animals, you are led by provocations, and this is exactly what the fools expect from you. It's good that the President of the Russian Federation is not so stupid. It needs a graceful asymmetric response, not the expected reflexes of a brute. American citizens have nothing to do with it, personally, I am not ready to sign for my President to behave like a moral insignificance, taking revenge on the innocent, personally I was brought up differently.